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Sir: I have been away from the UK and have only just received a copy of Natasha Walter's article "In the fields of conflict" (2 August). Ms Walter criticises the government-funded experiments that will study the environmental consequences of field-scale cultivation of herbicide- tolerant GM crops. She accuse them of being unscientific because they do not include baseline measurements of diversity and because the sites are open to long-range movements of organisms between the GM and control fields.

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GEORGE CARMAN QC, one of the country's most celebrated barristers, was yesterday accused of having used "improper" methods during a high- profile libel trial.

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